After criticism of the Belgian Pro League's proposal to declare Percy Tau's Club Brugge as league champions, an update has been revealed on the highly debated situation.
The Belgian top-flight announced two weeks ago that they decided to cancel the 2019/20 season due to the coronavirus pandemic.
While their surprising decision as the first major European league to attempt to declare their league leaders as champions - it was stated they final call still needed to be ratified by the league's board.
UEFA recently warned league against the cancellation of the campaigns over the legal drama that could erupt, as well as the complications of Champions League and Europa League qualification.
And it's now been confirmed the Belgian Pro League hierarchy have postponed the final call on the rest of the season until April 24.
The green light was meant to be given this Wednesday, which would have seen Tau earn his first league winners' medal since leaving Mamelodi Sundowns for Europe.
But now the Bafana Bafana star and his teammates will patiently wait for the next date, which is set to take place after UEFA's meetings with 55 federations, leagues and clubs due to be held next week.